Eberly graduate students receive Foundation scholarships to support research
WVU research reveals possible link between teen personalities, social media preferences and depressive symptoms
Teens using social media are vulnerable to depressive symptoms and some platforms, like TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, may be linked to higher levels of depression than others, according to West Virginia University research.
More than $1M gift from WVU Eberly College professor establishes community lectureship
West Virginia University professor is expanding educational opportunities
for students, faculty, staff and the greater Morgantown community via a planned
gift of over $1 million to support a lecture focused on political leadership and
Department of History Moves to Chitwood Hall
The department will occupy Chitwood Hall after operating out of Woodburn Hall since 1950.
Eight Eberly faculty members recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service
Eight members of the faculty in Eberly College of Arts and Sciences have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, research and service.
Communication Studies Department holds Mountaineer v. Mothman Debate
Students taking classes in the Department of Communication Studies participated in a YouTube to debate to determine who would be the best WVU mascot: the Mountaineer or the Mothman
Eberly graduates walk the stage at December Commencement
More than 400 Eberly College graduates walked across the stage at the WVU Coliseum this weekend during West Virginia University’s shared December commencement ceremony.